MAPP Webinar

  • 22 April 2013
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March 13, 2012
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
Climate Model Development and Climate Process Teams
Speakers and Topics: Chris Bretherton, University of Washington
The NCEP-NCAR Climate Process Team on the Stratocumulus to Trade Cumulus Transition - Evaluating and Improving the GFS as a Climate Model


Chris Fairall, NOAA ESRL
Evaluation and Improvement of Climate GCM Air-Sea Interaction Physics: An EPIC/VOCALS Synthesis Project


Yuqing Wang, University of Hawaii

Rongqian Yang, NOAA NCEP EMC
Impact of Land Surface Parameterizations on Summer-season Predictions in the NCEP Climate Forecast System

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